In this Tech Tip, Brownells gun tech Steve Ostrem explains what headspace is and why it's one of the most critical measurements on nearly all firearms.
In this Tech Tip, Brownells gun tech Steve Ostrem walks users step-by-step through the process of checking headspace on their AR-15 rifles, but new and used.
In this Tech Tip, Brownells gun tech Steve Ostrem explains how to check headspace on a few popular Bolt Action Rifles.
In this Tech Tip, Brownells gun tech Steve Ostrem explains the various choices users have when building an AR-15 Pistol.
In this Tech Tip by Brownells, gun tech Steve Ostrem explains the most surefire ways to align your gas block.
In this Tech Tip Brownells gun tech Steve Ostrem explains AR-15 twist rates, ideal bullet weights, and their applications.
In this Tech Tip Brownells gun tech Steve Ostrem explains AR-15 gas systems.
In this Tech Tip Brownells gun tech Steve Ostrem explains the difference between 5.56 NATO, .223 Remington, and .223 Wylde caliber ammunition.
In this Tech Tip by Brownells, gun tech Steve Ostrem explains the differences between commercial and mil-spec buffer tubes.
This video demonstrates in detail how to properly remove and install a trigger into an AR-15/M16.
A wrap up to the Brownells Reloading Series. This segment addresses regularly asked questions.
A step by step demonstration of how to load a bottle neck cartridge.
Using spray finishes on your firearm can provide greater protection from the elements, fulfill a specific purpose like turkey or waterfowl hunting, and/or make additional accessories better match your gun’s finish.
Brownells Dovetail Sigh Punches are designed to help with the installation, removal, and adjustment of front and rear handgun sights.
We combined 19 of our most popular roll pin punches and added a handy bench block to come up with the perfect punch set for the busy shop or department armor.
I recommend using Brownells India Stone No. Mf-46 or FF-46 and Brownells Machinist Clamp No. 362. If clamp is used, it is best to drill 3/16" hole approx. 5/16" from the end of the clamp jaw.
GT4 Front Sight Tool For Glocks
Read & Follow These Instructions
Thought we'd share a simple cheat sheet to fit your slide and frame on your next 1911 build.
STEP ONE: Remove the hammer spring assembly from the firearm.
To do this, you cock the lever, and on the forward end of the hammer strut there is a hole exposed, just forward of the hammer spring retaining washer.
Short article explaining different generations of Mossberg slide tubes
Explanation about different generations of Ruger single action revolvers.
A short descriptions about the Mini-30 bore
Explanation of different generations of Citoris